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Monday, October 10, 2005

UK: The Times expands its blogs

Sir Peter Stothard's blog is one of the latest expansions of The Times' move into the blogosphere. Stothard, former editor of The Times and now editor of The Times Literary Supplement, will write "about books, book people, Blair and Bush - plus general observations on the way we are now". He will write in a real-time weblog - "written on his terms in his own time and open to readers to interact with." However, readers' comments will be edited before they appear on the site.

The Times' weblogs includes a music blog, a news weblog, a travel log, an enterprise weblog and a blog about books. More blogs are planned. Regarding the quality of those blogs, The Times states, "In every case they will be produced to the same quality standards as the rest of the site."

Source: The Times

Posted by Anna-Maria Mende on October 10, 2005 at 09:55 AM in a. Citizen journalism, n. Online strategies | Permalink

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